Easter Arrangement

Easter Arrangement

Hey Y’all! Today is the Creative Craft Hop. I’ve haven’t been able to participate in a few months so I am super excited to be here sharing a simple DollarTree Easter arrangement.

Creative Craft Hop

A great big shout out to Sara of Birds of a Feather for hosting this hop. She does a ton of work and truly is talented at putting this all together!

Also, if you are coming here from Rachels at Tea And Forget Me Nots  – Woo Hoo! I love it when friends drop by!

arrangement supplies


So here are the supplies you will need to make this super easy arrangement.

Dollar Tree Candle Holder

Scrap Scrapbook paper




Egg floral picks _ I couldn’t find them online but I got them at the DollarTree.

Greenery – I used scraps that I had

Hot Glue


marking paper for the vase

Step 1

I wanted to hide the styrofoam so I grabbed some scrap Easter scrapbook paper.

Marked the depth of the vase, cut the paper the depth and the circumference of the candleholder.

Adding styrofoam to the vase

Step 2

Add the styrofoam to the candleholder.

I had to shave off the corners with a craft knife.

Once the styrofoam was in the candleholder, I added the paper to the inside of the candleholder.

Step 3

Using scrap pieces of greenery, I started adding it to the styrofoam.

Be sure and evenly distribute the pieces.

Adding greenery to the styrofoam

Continue doing this until you can’t see the styrofoam all the way around.

Adding eggs to the arrangement

Step 4

Add in small Easter eggs and colorful spring picks.

adding greenery to the styrofoam

This is what it should look like.

You want to leave a flat space in the center for your Rabbit.

Adding a ribbon to the rabbit

Step 5

Add a cut bow to the rabbit!

Adding a rabbit to the arrangement

Step 6

Hot glue your rabbit to the styrofoam.

Adding a ribbon to the arrangement

Step 7

Using the same ribbon as the rabbit’s bow, I made a ribbon and added to the side of the arrangement.

It would be easy to add it to a pick, however I just hot glued it on.

Easter Arrangement

I think my super easy Easter arrangement turned out pretty cute!

Be sure and head on over to Sara’s – Birds of a Feather– to see her St. Patrick’s Day craft and I will also list all of the talented participants in the list below so that it would be easy for you to find them!

DIY Easter Egg Carrots

Reimagined Bud Vase Stand

Easy Spring Carrot Craft for Cute Easter Decor

Quality Street Wrapper Suncatcher

Easter Arrangement

St. Patrick’s Day Crafts for Adults

How to Upcycle a Candle Jar

Upcycled Bunny Treat Jar

DIY Fabric Wrapped Canvas Art For Finished Cross Stitch

Dollar Tree Soap Dish DIY

Bunny Hat Wreath

Until next time…


Easter Arrangment

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  1. So glad you’re back crafting with us for this hop Tammy. Your Easter arrangement is gorgeous; love all the patterns and colours you chose!

    1. Thanks Donna. This was my first Easter project of the season…. it seem to have snuck up on me! Love hopping with you!

  2. Well, you have put me to shame as I look at my sad Dollar Tree bunny all plain sitting on my mantel. You’ve inspired me to good a move on and liven it up a bit. LOVE how you’ve used yours in an adorable and cheerful Easter arrangement!

  3. I really love these colours. Easter is my colour palette of choice. Beautiful arrangement.

    1. Thank you Rachel! I love Easter colors also…. can’t wait to get started decorating for it. I may be behind the power curve..

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